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Digimon World: Next Order – All DigiGreatwood Locations

Digimon World Next Order - All DigiGreatwood Locations

The first few hours of Digimon World Next Order will find you gathering a lot of materials that seem to have no use. However, once the city evolves and you get access to the builder, a whole new world appears before you. Some of the buildings need incredibly rare resources that you can only find in special places on the map. Here are all the locations where you can find DigiGreatwood in Digimon World Next Order.

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What Builder Upgrades Need DigiGreatwood in Digimon World: Next Order

There are only four buildings in Digimon World Next Order that actually require DigiGreatwood for upgrades:

  • Digivolution Dojo Lv. 2 (10 DigiGreatwood)
  • Field Lv. 3 (10 DigiGreatwood)
  • Sender Lv. 3 (20 DigiGreatwood)
  • Warehouse Lv. 4 (50 DigiGreatwood)

Though these are only a few upgrades, they are incredibly important. Upgrading the field, dojo, and sender are mandatory if you don’t want to waste all your money and time.

So, now that we know what you can build with DigiGreatwood, here are all the locations you can harvest it in Digimon World.

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Where to Find DigiGreatwood in Digimon World: Next Order

There are five locations where you can find DigiGreatwood in Digimon World Next Order:

  • Nigh Plains
    • Power Plant #2
    • Ruins Lake
  • Ohguino Wastelands
    • Guts Wastes
  • Bony Resort
    • Bony Drive
    • Pink Stone House

At these locations, you will see a green gathering spot next to a tree where you have a random, small chance of getting DigiGreatwood. You should save before harvesting the spot and load if you don’t get DigiGreatwood.

The best place early game has to be Power Plant #2 since it’s really close and you can find the gathering spot right next to the entrance.


And that is all you need to know about DigiGreatwood gather locations in Digimon World. Check out other interesting Digimon World Next Order guides and articles:

Based in Munich, Germany, Adrian Oprea is the Founder of Raider King. He is a writer with a passion for storytelling and a love for all things RPG. When not wielding a keyboard, he can be found exploring fantastical worlds, one quest at a time.
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